Honeybee problems: Complex and Multiple

news_views_icon“No Simple Answer to Bee Issues Exists,” By Henry I. Miller, MD.honeybee_150_2
Jennifer Sass’s comments about my op-ed “The Buzz About a Bee-pocalypse Is a Honey Trap” are misguided and misleading (Letters, Aug. 6). Although the number of U.S. honey bee colonies has fallen from a World War II peak of about five million to around 2.5 million today, the number of U.S. bee colonies has remained relatively stable and has even slightly increased over the two decades since neonicotinoid pesticides (“neonics”) were introduced in 1993. Read more.

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